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Here is a link to the Vatican's official English translation of the Encyclial "Praised Be to you, my Lord:" On the Care of our Common Home

Here is a Printer Friendly - 76 page - version.

This is the Vatican's Guide for reading the Encyclical,
with a brief summary of each chapter.

A Vatican Overview of the Encyclical.

Cardinal Turkson introduced the Encyclical beautifully.

Orthodox Metropolitan John's presentation on the Encyclical

A Business Prespective from Carolyn Woo, an economist and President and CEO of Catholic Relief Services

Climate scientist Hans Joachim Schellnhuber's presentation on some of the science surrounding climate change.

To order a printed copy from the U.S. Catholic Bishops

Praying, as individuals or as a family, for the Care of Creation

Other Links to help understand the Encyclical more fully:

New - Three minute video produced by US Bishops and Catholic Relief Services: "On Care for God's Creation."

A Bulletin Insert on the new encyclical from the U.S. Catholic Bishops.

"Change for the Planet - Care for the People" press conference

United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change -UNFCCC

Cardinal Turkson speaks to UNICEF on the encyclical and children

Turkson addresses UN on encyclical - summarizing it.

Turkson to Agriculture and Food group:
"Humanity has been a poor steward of the environment."

In this outstanding 4 minutes video, Fr. James Martin, S.J. explains "Ten Things to know about Laudato Si:"

Catholic Climate Movement handout with quotes from the Encyclical arranged by themes

"Laudato Si' Joins the Tradition of Catholic Social Teaching," Kevin Clark, AMERICA magazine - April 18, 2015

Catholic New Service: Practical Tips from the Encyclical.

Preparing to Read the Encyclical

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